We are nearing completion on 170 units of permanent supportive and affordable housing on Webster Avenue in the Tremont section of the Bronx. Applications for 80 studio apartments affordable to individuals with incomes at or below 60% of the area median income are now available through New York City Housing Connect and the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
Last fall, we opened Webster's adjacent all-affordable residence, Park House, which provides 248 units of affordable housing for low-income families with children. Webster will bring 90 supportive units for formerly homeless and special needs individuals, along with 80 studio apartments for low-income individuals.
Designed by the renowned COOKFOX architects, Park House and Webster Avenue are connected by an interior courtyard that offers a generous amount of outdoor space with contemplative features and native plantings.
Webster will feature onsite amenities including a suite of offices to house supportive services, a multipurpose room for events and workshops, computer lab, bike storage room and laundry room (coin-operated).
With easy access to the subways (D Line), buses, and the MetroNorth (the local Tremont station is just steps away), transportation to the New York City core and parts north are easily accessible.